IAN SWEET

Mesmeric and kaleidoscopic, shimmering with electrified unease, Jilian Medford’s new Show Me How You Disappear is both an exercise in self-forgiveness and an eventual understanding of unresolved trauma. Medford’s third record as IAN SWEET unfolds at an acute juncture in her life, charting from a mental health crisis to an intensive healing process and what comes after. How do you control the thoughts that control you? What does it mean to get better? What does it mean to have a relationship with yourself?

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The Emotional Freedom Technique, Therapy, and Creativity

By IAN SWEET | March 29, 2021

The Emotional Freedom Technique, Therapy, and Creativity

Jilian Medford (IAN SWEET) found a way to break through trauma and make Show Me How You Disappear.